Rosie’s Brooklyn NY has been a New York City staple for years. This food trailer was originally built 25 years ago and owned and operated by the current owner’s mother. Rosie’s was the pit stop for factory workers seeking out coffee, hot dogs, and burgers. Since then, its customer base and menu has grown considerably. Not only is the food here amazing, the historical significance of Rosie’s alone makes it well worth a stop for Big Apple foodies looking to immerse themselves in their city’s culinary culture.
Rosie’s serves up both breakfast and lunch. Early birds will enjoy the bagels, eggs, wraps, and more served up piping hot out of the window of this trailer. And don’t forget the coffee, full of that robust, bitter taste java fans love. For lunch, Rosie’s still sells the good old-fashioned hamburgers and hot dogs that made them famous. However, they’ve expanded their repertoire to include other street food faves like tacos, wraps, and sandwiches. If you need to refuel while strolling through Brooklyn, Rosie’s Food Truck is the perfect pit stop. If you love it, book them for your next event. Guests will love great cuisine served from a truck with deep-seated ties to New York City history.
Pancakes - Rosie’s is famous for their light, fluffy, buttery pancakes, so you’ll pretty much have to give ‘em a try.
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